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10-23-2002, 08:55 AM
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i can't seem to open the avs, or the d2v in tmpgenc. How do i get this to work. i followed the guide on this site to the T, and i have all the latest versions???!?@!? Kwag can you please tell me what you do to make your vcd's, i really want to use the X3 template so how do i go about doing this
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10-23-2002, 11:53 AM
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Here's some possible fixes:

1. Use DVD2AVI 1.76 (ver 1.77 makes incompatible d2v files)

2. Make sure Avisynth is correctly installed. You can test it by making a script with just this one line: version() #load this into tmpg

3. Increase the priority of the DirectShow in environmental settings in TMPGEnc
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10-23-2002, 12:03 PM
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hey thanks alot for answering. but i have one question. what do i have to do exactly with the environmental settings in tmpgenc?? i still don't really know the program to the "t" yet
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10-23-2002, 12:10 PM
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open TMPGEnc, and click option -> Environmental setting -> VFAPI plug-in -> right click on DirectShow Multimedia File Reader and click higher priority until it's at the top.

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10-23-2002, 04:48 PM
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do i need to dowload a file to get tmpgenc to load avs, becasue i installed avisyth but it still won't load a avs file
k sorry i tried it again, but now it says unrecognized exception (john_Q.avs,line2) what do i do???
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10-23-2002, 07:49 PM
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Quote:
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do i need to dowload a file to get tmpgenc to load avs, becasue i installed avisyth but it still won't load a avs file
k sorry i tried it again, but now it says unrecognized exception (john_Q.avs,line2) what do i do???
Your .avs is probably trying to load a .d2v that was not made with DVD2AVI version 1.76. Be sure to use DVD2AVI 1.76.

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10-25-2002, 11:21 AM
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Another thing you can do is run the VFAPI Reader codec that comes with the DVD2SVCD bundle and convert the .d2v file to ".avi" and put that file in script.
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